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Thursday, 20 April 2017

New Pattern English Questions | BOB PO 2017 | 20.04.2017

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  New Pattern English Questions | BOB PO 2017 | 20.04.2017

Directions (1-10): Four sentences are given with a blank in each. Five words are also given. The blank in each sentence can be filled by one or more of the four words given. Similarly, each word given in the choices can go into any number of sentences. Identify the number of sentences each word can go into and mark as your answer the maximum number of sentences any word can go into.

Q1. A. The rich miser had never any money to __________ for the poor.
B. I like to play football during my __________ time.
C. The government has decided to __________ the physically handicapped people from paying tax.
D. You should __________ no effort, in order to achieve your target.
(a) free
(b) offer
(c) exempt
(d) spare
(e) leave

Q2. A. He built a palatial house with his __________ gotten wealth.
B. Many children were taken __________ after consuming adulterated sweets.
C. The __________ feeling, which developed over the years, between the couple, culminated in a divorce.
D. The superstitious villagers considered the poor widow as a/an __________ omen.
(a) bad
(b) sick
(c) ill
(d) evil
(e) negative

Q3. A. Hunting of __________ animals is prohibited by the forest department.
B. The participating teams were asked to abide by the rules of the __________.
C. The trickster felt snubbed when he was beaten at his own __________.
D. All the actors who enacted the __________ were felicitated by the chief guest.
(a) game
(b) play
(c) wild
(d) performance
(e) trick

Q4. A. The apple tree did not __________ any fruit this year.
B. The students were asked to __________ in mind the instructions given by the examiner.
C. The two sisters, do not __________ any resemblance to each other.
D. Unable to __________ the stress and strain involved in his profession, he decided to take a long holiday.
(a) endure
(b) keep
(c) yield
(d) bear
(e) withstand

Q5. A. England is one of the few cricketing nations which was able to __________ genuine fast bowlers.
B. The farmer made a lot of profit by selling his __________ at the market.
C. Apart from all his other talents, he could also __________ a few documentaries pertaining to Indian Culture.
D. The traffic Police asked him to __________ his driving license.
(a) yield
(b) produce
(c) make
(d) procure
(e) show

Q6. A. The Government has introduced several __________ recovery schemes to make sick industrial units pay.
B. The Indian cricket team has organized an __________ match for earthquake victims.
C. Being located in a backward area the college receives a/an __________ from the Education Department.
D. The Research Scholars received a/an __________ from the University to develop their project.
(a) benefit
(b) aid
(c) grant
(d) loan
(e) help

Q7. A. In the scuffle, the innocent man received a hard __________.
B. It is immodest for a man to __________ his own trumped.
C. His sudden death came as a hard __________ to his family.
D. The garden was in full __________ during spring
(a) bloom
(b) shock
(c) blow
(d) jolt
(e) time

Q8. A. He does not __________ any ill feelings against anyone.
B. A __________ was appointed to take care of his ailing mother.
C. The foster mother tried to __________ the infant with great care.
D. A lot of patience is required to __________ an aged person.
(a) nature
(b) maid
(c) bear
(d) nurse
(e) feed

Q9. A. The little girl has a __________ face.
B. It is __________ obvious that he was lying.
C. He was sitting __________ on his illegal earnings, while his colleagues were struggling to make both ends meet.
D. He did not have a __________ idea about the matter.
(a) lovely
(b) clear
(c) fair
(d) faint
(e) pretty

Q10. A. The policeman on __________ nabbed the thieves.
B. I cannot argue with you any more, I am dead __________.
C. The mother had to __________ the stubborn child.
D. He is so invincible that none can __________ him.
(a) convinced
(b) beat
(c) duty
(d) knock


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